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LIC Flea Coming to Long Island City, Queens, in June

LIC Flea Coming to Long Island City, Queens, in June


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The weekly flea and food market will be held on the Queens waterfront

The Brooklyn Flea has been hogging the limelight a bit lately, but starting this June, Long Island City in Queens will be getting a flea market all to itself.

The market, which will be called LIC Flea & Food, will go up every weekend on the Queens waterfront, and will showcase "a unique mix of vendors focused on food and drink as well as antiques, collectibles, art, crafts, furniture, clothing, fashion, and more every Saturday and Sunday starting June 2013," according to their website.

While no vendors have been made public yet, and the location has only been hinted at on their Facebook page, it appears as if will have a similar layout to the Brooklyn Flea, albeit with a much nicer view. According to the site, it’s been "curated with the diversity and spirit of Queens in mind. Home to the best food and some of the most unique vendors on the planet, we’ve recruited the best of the city so be prepared for a fleatastic experience."

For more information, you can add your name to their mailing list through their website. There’s also a form there where interested vendors can sign up. Color us intrigued!


Source: flickr Brooklyn Flea

One might get eye strain from reading about all the awards and accolades this fair has won since it opened in 2008. To sum it up, this fair is hard to beat. The fair runs April through November, operating in tow locations: on Saturdays in Fort Green and on Sundays in the Dumbo neighborhood. You will find vintage furniture and clothing, collectables from every decade, antiques from all over the globe, and jewelry and art from local designers. If you don’t go for the deals, then go for the food or the best view of the Manhattan skyline.


Neighborhood marketplace

This is a small open-air market that seemed to have more food trucks than flea market stalls, but it was fun to walk around and see the sights and feel like a local resident. Also next to a cool art gallery space that is worth checking out.

Was excited to go to the LIC Flea, after seeing it on Flea Market Flip. This place is really small, really just in a large parking lot. They advertise a beer garden, which is basically a couple of tables, no umbrellas. It was all food on the outskirts & a few booths on the inside had items for sale, nothing to write home about.

The advertisements for this market would make you believe that it is very big, however it is clearly not. The whole market is on a small parking lot. On Google maps it looks as if the big building next to it is part of the market, however it is not at all. The market is just the parking lot next to the building. A few food stalls and one or two people selling some furniture, thats it. Takes no more than 10 or 15 minutes to see it all. Looks like the organizers are more occupied with marketing rather than the market itself.

There's no doubting that LIC Flea & Food is a much more pleasant experience than the madness at Smorgasburg, but there's also considerably less on offer. So it's a good idea to think about what's most important before choosing which to visit.

Give LIC Flea & Food a couple of years to grow (just a bit) in popularity and size, though, and it could have the beating of Smorgasburg.

Until it grows too big and popular. of course!

And, oh, don't go for the flea bit. There's next to none of any of that.

My daughter and I love flea markets and decided to check out LIC Flea this weekend. It is a small flea market. We were surprised that there were so few vendors selling new and/or vintage goods. There are tons of food stalls--baked goods, bubble tea, Asian pancakes, crepes, burgers, oysters, fries, pickles, sliders, quesadillas and lots more. If you are hungry, this is the place to be. We probably won't go again because there just wasn't enough shopping for us. There is a beautiful waterfront park just a couple of blocks from the flea market.


Flea & Food Market coming to Long Island City

April 10, 2013 By Christian Murray

Yet another outdoor market is planned for Long Island City.

This one, to be located on the corner of 5th Street & 46th Ave., is a flea market and it is expected to open in June.

The market will be comprised of a unique mix of vendors who sell food, antiques, collectibles, arts, crafts and furniture.

The market, officially called LIC Flea & Food, will be open every Saturday and Sunday.

This market will be one of three markets that may open in Hunters Point this year.

GrowNYC is likely to open a greenmarket on the corner of 48 th Avenue and Vernon Blvd this July. It plans to be open on Saturdays.

Meanwhile, Down to Earth Farmers, which operates about 20 farmers markets around New York City, plans to open a market on 48 th Avenue–between Vernon Blvd and 5 th Street– on Saturdays starting mid May.


Beer Festival Coming to LIC Next Month, 25 Breweries Participating

A beer festival featuring over 50 different beers is coming to Long Island City at the beginning of October.

LIC Flea & Food’s fourth annual Queens Beer Festival takes place on Oct. 5 and 6 at 5-25 46 th Ave., a site located by Anable Basin.

The festival, which is the largest beer festival in Queens, runs from noon until 5:30 p.m. on each day and there will be two sessions on either day. Sessions run from noon until 2:30 p.m., and from 3 p.m. until 5:30 p.m.

The event features a wide variety of beers from around 25 local breweries. The majority of the beers are from the ever-expanding group of Queens-based breweries, along with a small selection of beers from Long Island, Brooklyn and Staten Island.

Some of the breweries set to feature at the festival include Blue Point Brewery, LIC Beer Project, Brooklyn Brewery, Big aLICe and Montauk Brewing Company among many others.

The beer festival was first launched in 2016 and over 2,000 people have attended it each year. This year’s festival will also feature a live DJ.

Tickets to the festival include unlimited free samples and a souvenir mug. Tickets start at $39 for an individual session and $79 for a full day ticket which also allows holders to enter the festival half an hour early.

Attendees can also visit the flea and food market that will be running at the same time as the beer festival. Tickets are not required to enter the market and food is not included in the beer festival tickets.


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LIC Flea & Food Returns To Queens This Weekend

The popular LIC Flea & Food returns to Queens the weekend of June 29-30 for its seventh season. (Shutterstock)

LONG ISLAND CITY, QUEENS — The popular LIC Flea & Food returns to Queens this weekend for its seventh season.

The free, open-air market will feature international food vendors, handmade and vintage shopping and a beer garden with Queens-made craft brews.

New food options include Chori & Chimi's Argentinian street food, dessert vendor CoziTreats and artisanal bakery Cookie Crumz, according to QNS.com.

The flea takes place the weekend of June 29-30 between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. at at 5-25 46th Ave. in Long Island City.

Attendees can RSVP here for a chance to win $100 credit to spend at the flea.


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Disappointed, really small

Was excited to go to the LIC Flea, after seeing it on Flea Market Flip. This place is really small, really just in a large parking lot. They advertise a beer garden, which is basically a couple of tables, no umbrellas. It was all food on the outskirts & a few booths on the inside had items for sale, nothing to write home about.

The advertisements for this market would make you believe that it is very big, however it is clearly not. The whole market is on a small parking lot. On Google maps it looks as if the big building next to it is part of the market, however it is not at all. The market is just the parking lot next to the building. A few food stalls and one or two people selling some furniture, thats it. Takes no more than 10 or 15 minutes to see it all. Looks like the organizers are more occupied with marketing rather than the market itself.

There's no doubting that LIC Flea & Food is a much more pleasant experience than the madness at Smorgasburg, but there's also considerably less on offer. So it's a good idea to think about what's most important before choosing which to visit.

Give LIC Flea & Food a couple of years to grow (just a bit) in popularity and size, though, and it could have the beating of Smorgasburg.

Until it grows too big and popular. of course!

And, oh, don't go for the flea bit. There's next to none of any of that.

My daughter and I love flea markets and decided to check out LIC Flea this weekend. It is a small flea market. We were surprised that there were so few vendors selling new and/or vintage goods. There are tons of food stalls--baked goods, bubble tea, Asian pancakes, crepes, burgers, oysters, fries, pickles, sliders, quesadillas and lots more. If you are hungry, this is the place to be. We probably won't go again because there just wasn't enough shopping for us. There is a beautiful waterfront park just a couple of blocks from the flea market.

Small (1/8th block) food and flea market.
Mostly Food vendors of all nationalities surrounding area with some vendors of new and old items in the middle.
Brewery on corner was better.

Visited the Long Island City Flea and to be honest - it was not worth the trip. Many of the stalls had new items that I can get at the Hospital Fund Raisers where I work. There was one vendor who had vintage women's clothing, and I made a stop. The best stall there. One had an artisan jewelry maker - nice stuff again way overpriced. One stall had some vintage items - too expensive for a flea market. If you want a true flea - hop on the LIRR and go to the Bellmore or Wantagh Flea Markets on the weekend. Very interesting STUFF great prices - pass this one up!


Mark your calendars! LIC Flea & Food will launch a delicious new season in May

A few weeks after The World’s Fare showcases a world full of flavor in Flushing, the LIC Flea & Food Market will open for its sixth season.

The market’s first weekend is May 12 and 13, taking place at its usual spot located at 5-25 46th Ave. in Long Island City. It’s a short walk from the Court Square subway station and the East River Ferry.

This year, the renowned market will operate once a month, offering the best in food, crafts, vintage items and the all-Queens Beer Garden. Expect special food and beer festivals throughout the season, including the third Queens Beer Festival taking place the weekend of Oct. 14.

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The full LIC Flea & Food schedule is as follows: May 12-13, June 9-10, July 7-8, Aug. 4-5, Sept. 1-2 and Oct. 13-14. There will also be a special LIC Flea & Food market on Independence Day, Wednesday, July 4. The market will be open each day from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Stay tuned for more information in the coming weeks about additional weekend markets at other Queens locations.


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